Kiplinger’s 2014 Cheapest U.S. Cities to Live In

Kiplinger’s recently released the 2014 edition of their cheapest U.S. Cities to Live in. Texas appeared heavily in the list, with cities in that state occupying three of the top 10 spots.

Here’s the complete list in ranked (descending) order.

10. Augusta, Georgia

9. Temple, Texas

8. Wichita Falls, Texas

7. Jonesboro, Arkansas

6. Youngstown, Ohio

5. Idaho Falls, Idaho

4. Memphis, Tennessee

3. Norman, Oklahoma

2. Pueblo, Colorado

1. Harlingen, Texas

Although this year’s least expensive place enjoys an overall low cost of living, it lacks in prosperity: ¬†one in three residents of Harlingen live below the poverty line.